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LG has announced two new additions to its growing family of Ergo monitors for users who wish to maximize their desk space and improve their setup’s flexibility. They are the 27-inch LG Ergo Dual (model 27QP88D) and 32-inch LG Ergo Single (model 32QP880), both of which are IPS displays with QHD resolution (2560 x 1440) that can be easily attached on the edge of a desk or a cutout with the included C-Clamp. LG’s new Ergo series will begin rolling out in select markets beginning this month.

From LG:

Both the dual and single models are now easier to install with articulated arms that attach securely without screws to desks and tabletops up to a maximum thickness of 75 millimeters. Requiring very little desktop space for a clean, uncluttered workspace, LG’s patent pending C-Clamp employs a slim, robust grommet allowing users to easily secure the stand on the edge of a desk or cable hole to get working (or playing) in no time. What’s more, both LG Ergo monitors can charge a laptop via the USB-C One Cable Solution while the Ergo Dual also allows displays to daisy chain via DisplayPort.

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“The 2021 LG Ergo models are advanced workstation solutions designed to provide the ultimate in flexibility with all the display capabilities today’s advanced users demand,” said Jang Ik-hwan, senior vice president and head of the IT business unit of LG Electronics Business Solutions Company. “Both the Ergo Dual and Ergo Single offer next-level user convenience, premium IPS picture quality and an array of useful features consumers have come to expect from premium LG monitors.”

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  1. Monitors with built in mounting arms. Because screwing in a vesa bracket is so mind boggling difficult? Or just for the lazy?
  2. Monitors with built in mounting arms. Because screwing in a vesa bracket is so mind boggling difficult? Or just for the lazy?

    I would think more for corporate purchasers, where they couldn’t be bothered to screw in a vesa bracket…

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